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NBC
Aug 5, 2010 11:00pm PDT
and cost of compensation is always programmatic. >> dr. cooper said he has seen a number of patients walk through the doors at the crinical trial research center. others are motivated by money, others for an answer to a health problem. >> we explain to those who participate in clinical trials this is research. we don't know the answer yet that is why we are doing the study. >> reporter: officials say the payment can come from drug companies, the government and the american heart association, the prices are set by the review board of doctors and researchers. she wants to be part of medical history. >> i feel like i am one of the few that aides in study that is will do something in the world. that will change a lot of different aspects of medicine, sports and working out it is important to me. >>> well, payments for medical trials can come from drug companies, the government or the american heart association. it ranges from a couple of hundred bucks to thousands of dollars. >> complaining about the fog. >> here is the latest. as we continue throughout summer, some of coolest weather since 1
FOX
Aug 29, 2010 10:00am PDT
anything about those. i didn't believe that. >> chris: dr. cooper started the violence intervention program, to try to reach young men at a vulnerable moment and get them to change. >> why that guy is in the hospital, why his family is at the bedside crying, over whether he is going to die, perhaps that is a moment when that person will have, will stop and think. >> chris: cooper saw them in the first 24 hours. >> we don't want you coming back into the hospital again with another injury, which may kill you the second time. we're very up front and very clear. >> chris: he identified risk factors that had to be addressed. >> do you have a record already? >> chris: if the patient needed a job, they helped him get one. if they had a drug problem, they put him in a program. >> these are folks in difficult situations who have got support who have no idea how to dig themselves out of the hole, because they've been in that hole the entire life. >> chris: and you're there with a shovel? >> exactly. >> over the last 11 years, v.i.p. has helped almost 1,000 people. they are six times less likely to ge
CBS
Aug 26, 2010 12:00pm PDT
. health center executive dr. robert cooper says what they did was nothing short of remarkable because they did it without political connections or business experience. >> they were females and they were black at a time when either being female or black was not things that opened doors to you. >> we were four strong black women. and i'm proud to say that because we did bring the health center in. >> reporter: cloteal and her friends gathered petitions, took their kids to countless meetings, followed guidelines, partnered with clinicians, even took classes on how to manage payrolls. and within three short years in 1969, one of the first community-run health centers in the west opened its doors. with pride, cloteal shows off the center today, where she still works five days a week. >> back in here, back this way. >> reporter: the range of services is impressive. >> this is dental. >> reporter: in all, over 21,000 patients were rely on care the west oakland health council provides, a 40-year legacy from four moms to all families. >> i really look up to her. you know? she's one of my inspi
FOX News
Aug 29, 2010 6:00pm EDT
i have. that is what it gives me. >> chris: dr. cooper set up similar programs in california, and the midwest. and, with more than 500 trauma centers across the country, he sees the potential to save a lot more lives. up next... we hear from you. ñp@ >> chris: time for comments you posted to our blog wallace watch at foxnewssunday.com. maybe of you wrote about our interview with governor rod blagojevich who was found guilty of only one of the 24 counts against h him. david mansfield said this -- neel yates saw differently. i predict in the next ten years you will see him in the governor's chair again. then there was our power player story about fox news correspondent jennifer griffin who was back to work this week in afghanistan after a tough but successful battle against breast cancer. mike mckurty in topple, texas, wrote this "how can you not love jennifer griffin. what a strong woman and unselfish loving mother. go, jennifer! mike, you summed up how we all feel about her. keep your c
NBC
Aug 6, 2010 4:30am PDT
of the research and cost of compensation is always problematic. >> reporter: dr. dan cooper said he has seen an increase in the number of patients walking through the doors at the clinical trial research center. while some are motivated by money, he says others come looking for a free answer to a health problem. >> we have to be really careful that we explain to individuals who participate in clinical trials that this is research. we don't know the answer yet that is why we are doing the study. >> reporter: officials say the patient payments can come from drug companies, the government and groups like the american heart association. the prices are set by the institutional review board, an independent group of doctors and researchers. she says she has another agenda, she wants to be a part of medical history. >> i feel like i am one of the few that aids in studies that will do something different in the world. that will change a lot of different aspects of medicine, sports and working out it is important to me. >> vicki vargas for nbc bay area news. >>> payments for medical trials come from d
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. >> can you tell me how about the long-term impact? >> we are concerned with the shrimp. as dr. cooper says, the will is present in ground and the might be more exposure. >> this requires the right to survival of seafood. you have to be concerned. this is one trending ship, i'm sure that you have gone up before. this one event does not tell us the whole story. if they cannot catch it, all of the protection and the vigilance and efta was not because of the seafood industry. >> are you convinced that there is no oil open to shrimping? >> i did find oil in them. >> is there ia way that you can be sure that there's a oil and not in the water? >> in one of the last days that i work, we found it. we called the coast guard and bp and have them come out there. the coast guard would not come. i went to a town hall meeting and i brought it before them and invited them to see what i found. they did come and i showed them. they said that this is of recoverable oil. they have opened that day of for trolling. >> people are raising concerns about the quality of the seafood simply because they want to
CSPAN
Aug 21, 2010 2:00pm EDT
. as dr. cooper said, the oil is present in the open ground and there may be more exposure. marine fish do not process hydrocarbons as quickly as fin fish. >> dr. macdonald, would you like to comment? >> i think the survival of the seafood industry requires and the survival of seafood. i am sure, mr. cooper, that you have got up before and not caught as many fish as you wanted to. >> correct. >> so this one event does not tell us the whole story. but all of the protection and the vigilance of the fda is not going to sustain the gulf seafood industry if it is not there. that is my concern. >> mr. cooper, are you going to go out shrimping again soon? >> yes. >> what is your plan right now? >> as soon as i get back,, i will be back in the water. >> are you convinced that there is no oil in the areas open to shrimping? >> as i said, i found oil outside of the 5 miles around. >> is it your opinion that there is no way for the fda to be sure that there is no oil in the water where shipping is taking place? >> i've found it'. one of the last days i worked, we found it. i had to bring it to their
CBS
Aug 28, 2010 7:00am PDT
federal money to make their dream happen. health center executive director dr. robert cooper said what they did is nothing short of remarkable, because they did it without political connections or business experience. >> they were females and black at a time when either being female or black was not things that opened doors to women. >> we were four strong black women, and i'm proud to say that. because we did bring the health center in. >> reporter: cloteal and her friends gathered petitions, took their kids to countless meetings, followed guidelines, partnered with clinicians, even took classes on how to manage payroll. within three short years, in 1969, one of the first community-run health centers in the west opened its doors. with pride, cloteal shows off the center today, where she still works five days a week. >> back in here, back this way, optometrist. >> reporter: the range of services is impressive. >> yeah, this is dental. >> reporter: in all of her 21,000 patients rely on care, the west oakland health council provides. a 40-year legacy from four moms to all families. >> i
CBS
Aug 25, 2010 6:00pm PDT
they organized and went after federal money to make their dream happen. health center executive dr. dean edell robert cooper says what they did was nothing short of remarkable because they did it without political connections or business experience. >> they were females and they were black at a time when either being female or black was not things that opened doors to you. >> we were four strong black women. and i'm proud to say that because we did bring the health center in. >> reporter: cloteal and her friends gathered petitions, took their kids to countless meetings, followed guidelines, partnered with clinicians, even took classes on how to manage payrolls and within three short years in 1969, one of the first community-run health centers in the west opened its doors. with pride, cloteal shows off the center today, where she still works five days a week. >> back in here, back this way. >> reporter: the range of services is impressive. >> this is dental. >> reporter: in all, over 21,000 patients were rely on care the west oakland health council provides, a 40-year legacy from four moms to a
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2010 1:00pm EDT
the shrimp in parts of the subsurface of the oil. as dr. cooper said, there is oil present in open ground and there may be more exposure. the marine do not process polycyclic hydrocash ons as well as other fish. >> would you like to comment on it? >> well, i think the survival of the gulf seafood industry requires a survival of the seafood. and we have to be concerned. i mean, this is one fishing trip and i'm sure you've gone out, mr. cooper, and not caught as many fish as you would. >> correct. >> so this one event doesn't tell us the whole story. but the fishermen, however healthy the seafood is, they can't catch it because there's been a loss of some classes, then all of the protection and the vigilance of the f.d.a. is not going to sustain the gulf seafood industry because they won't be there. so that's not concern. >> mr. cooper, are you going to go out shrimping soon? >> yes, sir. >> what is your plan? >> when i am home i will be back in the water. >> great. now, mr. cooper, are you convinced there is no oil in the areas opened to shrimping? >> like i told you earlier, one spot wher
CSPAN
Aug 20, 2010 2:00am EDT
with the shrimp. as dr. cooper says, the will is present in ground and the might be more exposure. >> this requires the right to survival of seafood. you have to be concerned. this is one trending ship, i'm sure that you have gone up before. this one event does not tell us the whole story. if they cannot catch it, all of the protection and the vigilance and efta was not because of the seafood industry. >> are you convinced that there is no oil open to shrimping? >> i did find oil in them. >> is there ia way that you can be sure that there's a oil and not in the water? >> in one of the last days that i work, we found it. we called the coast guard and bp and have them come out there. the coast guard would not come. i went to a town hall meeting and i broht it before them and invited them to see what i found. they did come and i showed them. they said that this is of recoverable oil. they have opened that day of for trolling. >> people are raising concerns about the quality of the seafood simply because they want to continue to collect checks from bp. can you deal with that issue for
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2010 10:00am EDT
of their techniques, even using a 21-year-old rating system, bp had done a poor job in cleaning up the gulf. so, dr. lehr, cooper wrote the pp saba, have pushed to make this process as transparent as possible. the more people we have independently analyzing and verifying the data and information associated with the spill, the better and more informed our response decisions will be. with regard to the oil budget, is this something noaa does as part of the operational response to a major oil spill? >> the oil budget is traditionally part of the response. there is a special form that is filled out as part of the situation unit in the command system. standard procedures for that use, amongst other things, a model used by noaa, as well as other techniques, observers estimating the size of the spill. because this was so large, because it went on for so long, and in particular, that it was occurring 1 mile underneath the surface, it was necessary to develop a special tool, which is what we did with the budget talks later. i have noticed that they call this the noaa budget cuts later. i would like to get c
CNN
Aug 30, 2010 11:00am EDT
with wolf blitzer, anderson cooper and dr. sanjay gupta. >>> other big stories we're following for you. bp begins the final kill on its gulf oil well today. engineers will remove a cap and install a new blowout preventer. concrete and mud will be pumped in through an adjacent well to seal the bottom of the broken one. the top cass killed in mid-july. >>> mexico fired 3200 federal police officers. 465 officers were let go after they were linked to crime. another 1,000 failed competency exams, and he will not be allowed to be rehired at the state or local levels. >>> a fire at a mosque construction site in central tennessee is being investigated. four pieces of heavy machinery was burned. the mosque has no place in their christian community, and muslims are afraid. >> the members of the community are very scared. as i mentioned before, it's ramadan. we try to come together as a community in the evenings to break our fast together. our attendance level is low because people are scared to leave their homes. >> the islamic center and mosque has been there since 1997. the imam says they have out
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2010 9:30pm EDT
. >> thank you, chairman. dr. blix, i want now to look at the question of the iraqi cooperation with the inspection regime. starting first of all with issue of access to sites. access to sites was clearly a very key measure of iraq's willingness to cooperate. how did they measure up to this particular criteria? >> from the outset their cooperation on this score was good -- >> yes. >> and i said so. borrowing from muhammad al- baradei i made a distinction between cooperation on procedure and cooperation on substance. i said that iraq cooperates on the whole well on procedure, in particular on access. on no particular occasion were we denied access. in this sense, of course, it was a contrast from unscom which were frequently denied access, perhaps sometimes because they felt humiliated and they were frustrated and wanted to demonstrate, but, of course, that was interpreted as a will to hide something. we never had a denial of access. we had some difficulties of access when we came to saddam's palaces. i think there was a short delay of a quarter of an hour or something like that,
FOX News
Aug 9, 2010 3:00pm EDT
to investigate so they're going to do that in cooperation with the local authorities. >> shepard: mike, thank you very much. just ahead, we'll speak with someone who knew one of the victims, bob baer. he said dr. thomas grams used to be his dentist, an adventurer who wanted to help. he'll join us live in "studio b" b. also, president obama set to speak at the university of texas, austin. we're told he's focusing on higher education and the economy. it's a fundraisers -- there's a fundraising movement toward november. he hit one earlier in the date and later tonight and will appear in a dinner in dallas. >> developing new, the u.s. marshal service announcing just a short time ago, investigators captured the second of three inmates who escaped from an arizona prison last month. the final fugitive and a woman cops say helped them get away are still on the run. a spokesman for the marshals says investigators arrested tracy province this morning in a town just outside yellowstone national park. he says province was hitchhiking and holding a sign that read, casper. cops say he was carrying a handgun. p
CNN
Aug 28, 2010 8:00am EDT
will be speaking at glenn beck's event? dr. king's niece. not only is she supporting it, she's speaking at the rally today. she spoke with anderson cooper just last night. >> you know what? i don't have to reclaim the civil rights movement. i'm part of the civil rights movement. i marched in the '60s. i went to jail. my reverend's home was bombed. daddy's church was bombed. i've been accused of hijacking the dream. well, the dream is in my genes. >> i want to take you to the scene in washington. there's paul steinhauser, cnn deputy political correspondent. paul, set the scene for me. i already see -- wow -- looks like a sea of people behind you. this is the glenn beck event and he says -- correct me if i'm wrong -- that this is nonpolitical, that's what he says. the crowds here are getting larger by the moment. we got here about an hour ago. a lot more people here now than then. some people said they even camped out last night. a lot of the people behind me said they got here 3:00, 4:00 in the morning, some 5:00 in the morning. people coming from all across the country. the furthest i h
CNN
Aug 28, 2010 6:00am EDT
a counter rally in d.c. just a couple miles away. but dr. king's niece not only defends glenn beck's rally. guess what, she's speaking this morning. here she was talking to cnn's anderson cooper. >> you know what, i don't have to reclaim the civil rights movement. i'm part of the civil rights movement. i marched in the '60s. i went to jail. my dad reverend a.d. king's home, our home was bombed. daddy's church was bombed. and so you know, i've been accused of hijacking the dream. well, the dream is in my genes. >> coming up at 10:00 this morning, 7:00 a.m. pacific, i'm going to talk live with two black conservatives. first is lloyd marcus, a tea party activist. refers to glenn beck as brother beck. and we will talk to lenny mcallister, a hip-hop republican, republican party analyst. and he apparently was invited to speak at this thing this morning and said no thanks. want to know why? we'll find out. we'll get both perspectives on the rallies today in washington again at 10:00 a.m. this morning eastern. >>> also, scenes of desperation from the flood zone this morning, more help is on the wa
CNN
Aug 25, 2010 1:00pm EDT
combination, it was for palliative care. comfort, not murder. the hospital that employs dr. poe has paid thousands of dollars in legal cases against her. drew griffin, cnn, new orleans. what a story. >>> anderson cooper heading back to the gulf coast to see how the region is holding up five years after hurricane katrina. check out "in katrina's wake" tomorrow night at 10:00 eastern. >>> we've got a celebrity in the house. kenny wallace joins me next to talk about the liberator. what is it? it's something that can make your car more fuel-efficient. lots of discounts on car insurance. can i get in on that? are you a safe driver? yes. discount! do you own a home? yes. discount! are you going to buy online? yes! discount! isn't getting discounts great? yes! there's no discount for agreeing with me. yeah, i got carried away. happens to me all the time. helping you save money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> every day, we bring you a big i, a big idea that could help change things in your world. now, i like that anyway, and i found this idea that i thought was really neat.
CNN
Aug 30, 2010 5:00pm EDT
, 8:00 p.m. eastern. i'll be joined by anderson cooper. john king, fareed zakiriah and other members of the best political team on television. our chief medical correspondent dr. sanjay gupta is in pakistan. he'll be joining us. remember that's tomorrow night, 8:00 p.m. eastern. our special live coverage of the presidential address. >>> hurricane earl gaining strength right now. it's just been upgraded to a dangerous category 4 storm. we'll have the latest tracking data and tell you who is in its path. >>> and if that's not enough, here comes fiona. stormy seas throw a damper on plans to move toward killing the damaged bp oil well in the gulf. and the u.s. beefs up its relief commitment in flood-ravaged pakistan. more u.s. choppers are on the way right now. stay with us. >>> jack cafferty is here with the cafferty file. >> in case you think times aren't tough out there, a record 1 in 6 americans is now getting aid from the federal government. "usa today" has a story on the stunning growth of programs like medicaid, foodstamps, unemployment, welfare. here are some numbers. 50 million
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2010 2:00am EDT
, chairman. dr. blix, i want now to look at the question of the iraqi cooperation with the inspection regime. starting first of all with issue of access to sites. access to sites was clearly a very key measure of iraq's willingness to cooperate. how did they measure up to this particular criteria? >> from the outset their cooperation on this score was good -- >> yes. >> and i said so. borrowing from muhammad al- baradei i made a distinction between cooperation on procedure and cooperation on substance. i said that iraq cooperates on the whole well on procedure, in particular on access. on no particular occasion were we denied access. in this sense, of course, it was a contrast from unscom which were frequently deni access, perhaps sometimes because they felt humiliated and they were frustrated and wanted to demonstrate, but, of course, that was interpreted as a will to hide something. we never had a denial of access. we had some difficulties of access when we came to saddam's palaces. i think there was a short delay of a quarter of an hour or something like that, but there was never a denial
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